FACEBOOK TROLLS STILL LEAVING THEIR VILE HATE MESSAGE AFTER REHTAEH PARSONS TOOK HER OWN LIFE – The depths of depravity for some appear to have no bounds and even after the beautiful teenager, Rehtaeh Parsons took her own life, due to being raped and then tormented on Facebook with the images, the trolls are still leaving their messages of hate.
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Yesterday I reported how the Anonymous Group became involved in the fight for getting justice for Rehtaeh by informing the authorities that they had uncovered two of the boys involved in Rehtaeh’s rape and that it wouldn’t be long before they had the other two. Their message was clear – either the authorities take action or they would.
Rehtaeh’s mother, within hours of the Anonymous Group’s message, came out to say that she didn’t want vigilante justice but wanted the police to properly investigate her daughter’s rape and those who hounded her to a point where she took the decision to commit suicide.
In an article that appeared in the Daily Mail today; it is obvious that some people simply get their sick kicks out of tormenting others and even after they have paid the ultimate sacrifice the trolls appear unsatisfied that Rehtaeh is dead with continuous messages being posted on Facebook that are hateful to the point that these people cannot be seen as human beings.
I do feel that Rehtaeh’s mother is a remarkable woman who is showing enormous restraint. While I fully agree with her statement that vigilante justice is not the way forward I am sitting here wondering if I could show the same restraint if it was my daughter.
The trouble here is that Rehtaeh’s mother made a very poignant statement…
“She was my daughter, but she was your daughter too. For the love of God do something.”
On that note I would have to say that I would find it almost impossible to show restraint and in fact I am sitting here thinking that the Anonymous Group should go all out and have these bastards swinging from the nearest lamp post. But that’s anger and that’s how a parent would feel; which is why I feel that Rehtaeh’s mother is remarkable in her show of restraint.
With the impending threat from the Anonymous Group let’s hope, for all our sake that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Halifax take a much harder look and investigate this to the full and pray that Rehtaeh receives the justice she deserves.